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't nothin to me [ crowd murmurs ] hey! ♪ [ howls ] ♪ >> look at this individual grown. pope francis. look at that. the world celebrates his official commencement as our next pope. just wanted to share that moment with you. thanks for watching. he's shepard. >> shepard: a beautiful morning in rome. >> welcome back. >> shepard: thank you. there's been a deadly explosion that killed seven u.s. marines, happened right here at home in the heart of the nevada desert. >>> the syrian regime took time away from killing its own people to claim the rebels there launched the first chemical weapons attack. but the united states is not buying it. and some economists are now saying that there's a shadow economy that could explain why the retail sales are rising despite static credit spending and paychecks. an explanation at last. at it all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. >>> from fox, at 3:00 in new york city, seven u.s. marines are dead and several others hurt after a training exercise in nevada. it happened at hawthorne army depot there last night. the military uses that base to store w
city and around the world. the inauguration of pope francis. if you are just waking up, it has been, lest i repeat phao*eurbgs an absolutely -- repeat myself, a beautiful morning in the vatican city. we witnessed the homily from pope francis. during this mass, the holy communion. our religion correspondent lauren green in rome for us this morning. lauren, people of the faith are very well familiar with this process. >> absolutely. i want to clarify something, that pope francis is not offering communion to the masses but only to the deacons there. estimates say that about 150,000 people in st. peter's square, that column-lined street leading to the vatican. there are priests going to the crowd that will venture communion to the people, to anybody who wants it. nobody will be turned away. those yellow and white umbrellas, those are indications to the people in the crowd that communion is being served and they should head to one of those umbrellas if they want to be served. we're not quite sure how long the communion will last. but everybody will be served. and everybody who wants to p
a dramatic moment. pope francis truly will be a man of the people, entering in an uncovered pope mobile and going into the crowd to kiss babies and the sick. his message to the world straight ahead this morning. >>> plus the winter that won't go away. the northeast blasted with snow and sleet and high winds. >>> developing right now, an explosion at an army depot during a training exercise, and there are injuries. we'll have the latest. >>> plus, new information on that planned attack at a college campus. details on the backpack full of bombs found in a dorm room. >> and a global sell-off in markets, and a vote today to bail out yet another european country. is this the reason in this country investors were looking to sell? it's tuesday, march 19th, and "starting point" begins right now. >>> our "starting point" this morning, thousands of worshippers in st. peter's square praying for and with pope francis during his historic inaugural mass. as the pope entered without the traditional butateproof glass roof of the pope mobile. ushering a new era for the catholic church that has been embr
. >> that is a jesuit priest on pope francis, a man who has done a great devotion to the poor. catholicomes to the church's traditional sayings on abortion same-sex marriage, he will not depart. >> you are looking continuity, but in emphasis and style and record, you are looking at change. this is somebody who is not hesitated to afflict the comfortable and take a strong and principled stand and consistent stand against income inequality, against the concentration of money on the part of the wealthy, and the increase in poverty, and he said they constitute social sins. the man's personal style, the humility and the taking of public transportation, living in an apartment rather than the palatial brownell stat -- encouraging.te is can he control the curia in the vatican, which is a disaster? of a chinese talk past when it comes to the dirty -- and his appearances in - disappearances in argentina. >> there was talk about the dirty war -- >> which he denies. >> which he denies. he seems like a lovely guy who wants to help the poor, but as a catholic, i think it is a missed opportunity. he is no
quite well. pope francis declared the two brothers. francis refused to pray alone at the toppled kneeler -- the papal kneeler. i haven't been a catholic in a long time. opting instowed pray side by side with benedict in the same pew. isn't that sweet? >> pew pew. >> really bad buddy comedy movie. >> stephanie: francis gifted the exiting pope with a madonna of humility icon. >> just a regift. >> regift from the last pope. >> stephanie: what is it? oh did you keep the receipt? [ laughter ] telling him -- >> anchovies on the pizza? >> stephanie: i don't know. what people like to know about fashion. >> something other than a robe? >> stephanie: pope francis distinguished himself from pope benedict's simple white -- proving francis to be a style maverick. >> okay. >> stephanie: he's going to make one of those e! shows. bachmann getting him a new hat so he will look super. ♪ i'm super thanks for asking ♪ ♪ i'm feeling super nothing bugs me ♪ ♪ everything is super when you're don't you think i look cute in this hat ♪ >> stephanie: in this super high pope hat. >> he will replace giul
. francis, good morning. on obama care the house plan eliminates it. the senate plan kaoeupts. on medicare the house republican plan goes to a voucher-like model, the senate democratic plan goes to modest cuts to providers over time. on social security calls on the president and congress to address the issue and the senate democratic plan offers few specifics. melissa, i sense a stall in the overall look at this. once that senate budget hits the floor, whether you agree witness or not it kind of changed the dynamic does it not? >> it seems the dynamic has definitely changed in washington and they are working towards a resolution of some type. although when you look at those two plans there are vast differences and things you see on the board that could never pass plea happen, lycra peeling care r-frplt the mos obama care. the sequester came and went and the dire circumstances and pre dicks that were put out there it feels like to the average person didn't happen. if you watch the market it hit record after record as the sequester was happening. for those who want to cut and make bigger cha
businesses can sharply increase by next year and by sharply, we mean they could double. melissa francis host of money on the fox business network joins me now. hi, melissa. >> hi. >> alisyn: how is it possible that they could double? >> i mean, it's amazing. first of all, i mean, this isn't one of those studies that's predicting what could happen to prices in the future. this is what is actually going to happen. these insurance companies are regulated. when he they raise prices they have to tell the regulator that they're going up. these are also brokers going out into communities and warning individuals and warning their customers, by the way, here are your prices for next year. so, this is real, it's coming and it's terrifying and look at groups like united health care, some of the biggest groups out there. they're saying for individuals, your plan could go up as much as 116% or more, that's precise, right? 116%, it's incredible. for small businesses, 25 to 50%, aetna it could go up 55%, blue cross/blue shield 20 to 40%. and these are some of the biggest names out there and warning their c
a pope is meeting another pope. pope francis is diving with pope benedict xvi. he's been living there since resigning last month citing his age but he's been following francis' election as pope and inauguration before the huge crowds in rome. time for politics. we start with one of my favorite topics. the budget. earlier this morning while you were sleeping the senate passed a budget that came at the end of a marathon session of amendment votes. welcome to both of you this saturday morning. okay. the democrats budget bill passed at 5:00 a.m. 5:00 a.m. and it passed by one single vote. mostly it's symbolic. how big of a deal is this? >> finally we can get on with our lives. no. i think actually in all reality the only thing it really does is take off the table a huge republican talking point that they've had for three years complaining that democrats haven't passed a budget. now it really focuses on the real work ahead which is let's pass something that is real that is based on solutions where both democrats and republicans can come together to figure out how we move forward with
mathews on the selection of pope francis. let's roll that clip. >> what we've seen here the election we're basing this on small evidence. kind of a papal gala. bob from california, someone who is culturally conservative on issues like abortion but also a liberal in terms of economics. we're familiar with that point of view. these are conservative catholics that are prominent in pennsylvania who are conservative and economically liberal. >> i sensed a remarkable consensus that we need a man who is wholly, we call him the wholly father. like benedict was and john paul. we also needed a man who had a sound -- we got one. >> all right let me come to you. that's a little scary description there. >> thanks for the clip. we have tripled the audience of that show. [laughter] >> i think chris mathews -- by the way, i hope they never say i hate the fact that msnbc is off the air. they are gold for us and we love them on that wall. i think people are misguided when they compare the roman church to american politics. they show to be the morons that that are, chris mathews. thank you. when catholics
the tournament around the nation. really around the world. we have heard the new pope, pope francis, pope of the people. clearly trying to make his -- [ laughter ] there you go. technically round 2 but it's really round one. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that's it for "special report," fair, balanced and unafraid. >> shepard: first from fox tonight a potential break in this week's shocking murder of the head of colorado's department of corrections. developing now. state investigators are headed to the scene of another crime in texas. after a wild hundred mile-per-hour police chase and shootout with the driver of a car that matches the description of the suspect's get away vehicle. here is the back story. on tuesday night, police say somebody went to this man's home, tom clements and shot him dead right as he answered the front door. neighbors describe seeing a box-shaped cadillac or lincoln near the crime scene on the night of the killing. fast forward to earlier today, cops outside dallas pulled over a black cadillac. the driver shot and wounded the officer and took off.
that pope francis arguements about relativism are powerful and i believe there are facts on the ground and one of the facts is going to be a state says we will limit marriage to a man and woman but by the way american citizens visit from a different state. what happens to that situation? i mean i think we are now going to be in a muddled but i actually think for the health of the country it is better are to have the muddle and the legislative bodies and in politics than it is to have it cut through by five people on a five to four vote. >> chris: we should point out it is interesting, i didn't realize this, the case going before the court involves a woman, a lesbian who was involved for many years in a marriage and her partner died and she is not getting the exemption that a normal spouse a heterosexual spouse would get so she has to pay taxes on the entire estate left to her. this is on the case that rand paul was talking about should marriage be part of the tax code. >> well, this is the muddle that we are in now chris and could be that the middle ground that justice kennedy tries to
at the planned parenthood of delaware facility. stretcher and ambulance pulled up from st. francis hospital. two emt's, i guess, carried in a stretcher into the front of played parenthood of delaware at wilmington and this is the same location where two ambulances left in february. we're calling 911 right now because we've just been threatened by a young woman. pretty unbelievable, now, earlier today we reached out to the wilmington planned parenthood office and they said they had no comment on the issue, the woman who assaulted the 63-year-old grandmother remains at large. now two questions here, why hasn't she been arrested and number two, maybe it's time for planned parenthood to explain why they need the ambulances in the first place or give back the taxpayer dollars, after all, if we have to prioritize we can't afford to open the white house to children. should planned parenthood have that money? that's all the time we have left this evening. as always, let not your heart be troubled and toss it to greta van susteren to go on the record. greta, take it away. >> greta: tonight, oh, my, caugh
francis. it will become a wax work of the new pontiff in about 40 days. the sculpture previously made models of pope john paul the ii and benedict the xvith. that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >> shepard: so now we know a waddling seal can be a problem in traffic. now there is incredible video of a deer sticking it to a driver. that driver told safety officer in michigan that he struck the animal with his car and thought it was dead. so he planned to take it home for his family to eat. watch what happens when the officer opens the trunk. the deer busts out of there, landing backwards on the pavement before taking off into the woods. clearly that deer was not a dead deer. law enforcement in southern michigan say the deer was probably just stunned after the crash and who wouldn't be? i'm shepard smith. this is "the fox report." it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. and stay the course. that's the message from the fed chairman ben bernanke today. he says our economy is improving but it still needs help. so the fed will keep interest rates
's getting to be a very exciting moment to put together thooth was never thought of. >> dr. francis collins on "q&a." "washington journal" continues. host: and we're back with steve pearce. you were the feature of a front page article. one g.o.p. lawmaker shows how to woo latino voters. what's your attraction? guest: well, we go into areas typically republicans have not gone. we have some communities that are 85% hispanic. he lulac guys and so it's just many doing my job, frankly. host: with the headline after the r.n.c. put out their report post port you mean the hispanic vote key for republicans to win the election and in this report it said republicans need to vote for or come one some sort of plan, comprehensive immigration reform. do you agree with a pathway to citizenship? guest: well, first let's back up, is that going to be the future? if we do that i don't think that will get us one hispanic vote. they are not driven by simply how we vote on immigration. so i think that may be -- we still are not getting it right. the pathway to citizenship is very problematic. i've lived along the
francis encouraged people attending palm sunday mass to be humble. so far he's practicing what he preaches. he'll reportedly break from the holy week position. instead of washing the feet of priests, he'll wash the feet of young inmates at a youthful detention center. humety is nothing new. he walked up to the crowd and shake hands and checked out of the his hotel room and personally called to cancel his newspaper delivery in argentina which produced tears we're told in the newspaper delivery man on the other end of the line. and fox news alert, any moment now, italy's highest court could decide whether american amanda knox will go on trial for murder again. ms. knox and her boyfriend raphael were arrested in italy in 2007, accused of murdering knox's roommate marilyn kircher. her body was found in the bedroom where they lived, she and knox. knox's appeal was successful and had conviction overturned after spending four years in prison the murder charge. but italian law allows prosecutors to appeal acquittal and they want another bite at the apple. and lis wiehl, fox news analyst and mark f
band-aid approach to funding the government. melissa francis and lori rothman coming up as "markets now" continues.
at 53 past the hour. before addressing a crowd of over 200,000 in st. peter's square, pope francis broke protocol and made an impromptu appearance at the side gate of the vatican where he shook hands with followers. pope francis then delivered a traditional prayer to the virgin mary which focused on mercy and forgiveness. he drew cheers by closing his remarks with the italian phrase for "have a good lunch." >> all right. >> i think i'm liking him. >> president obama's going to begin his first presidential trip to israel this week. after a sometimes rocky relationship with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. as far as the middle east peace process goes, a new "washington post"/abc news poll shows that 69% of americans think the obama administration should not take a leading role in negotiations. 26% say take a leading role. mika, that is a poll sthat show americans want us to lead from behind. >> tomorrow we're going to take a special look at ten years of war in iraq. veteran journalist bob woodward and iraq veteran paul reickhoff will be with us. >>> up next, what if anything did we learn
think the republican party, like pat buchanan and the late sam francis predicted, is going to go the way of the wigs. they are going to die off, and i think from the ashes of that will rise up eventually a nationalist movement, and that's just what i believe. and we shouldn't worry about the g.o.p. losing, because look at the reality of life. look at where democrats control anything, the inner cities or places like california. they're permanently -- they're one-party places, they're corrupt, they're bankrupt. so i don't know what we're worried about. i mean, democrats don't have much to sing about when it comes to when you look at -- when they transform something, it's pretty well ruined. host: we're talking to just republicans about this report that's been released already this morning. chairman reince priebus is going to talk about it. you can catch up on that entire press conference at the national press club on c-span2 this morning, live at 8:30. here's a little bit more from that report that was released today. it said -- host: david is up next from new york. good morning, david. ca
something together. >> more with doctor francis collins on c-span's "q&a." >> next, the panel looks at hiv and aids and implementing health care. >> good morning, everyone, my name is mayra alvarez, and i'm the president for the center for american progress. thank you for joining us for this important discussion. one of the president's advisers has mentioned that as we gear up for health reform committee will touch the lives of every american. there are 9 million gay and transgendered people and many that with hiv. the epidemic continues to raise concern with transgendered communities. like the u.s. as a whole, the populations are diverse and status and age. gay and transgendered people live in all corners of our country and they come from families of all varieties. regardless of this, whether families look like, many have common experiences. despite advances of social acceptance, gay and transgender people frequently face obstacles in everyday life from education and employment and health care, to all of their social relationships. it is harder for them to stay healthy, get health care in
leader, especially francis, beginning his tenure, for each political party, for each congressperson and all their staff, each individual citizen they represent and all and needs.se gifts god, as we begin our work here oday, we ask you to reveal where we've may become descent tiesed or prevent holy possibilities and where we may have self-preservation over challenging partnerships. as we begin our work here today, remind us, god, that your limitless love overcomes our limitations. that you can work through the any unusuala of detailed -- minutia of detailed work. so we as begin our work here today, we pray that we may do so ready to trust the lead of your tender and tremendous love. men. mr. faleomavaega: the chair has examined the journal of the last day's proceedings -- the speaker pro tempore: the chair has examined the journal of the last day's proceedings and announces to the house his approval thereof. pursuant to clause 1 of rule 1 the journal stands approved. the gentleman from nevada. >> thank you, mr. speaker. pursuant to clause 1 of rule 1, agreeing to e on the speaker's
of the faithful in st. fighter's square. more on the -- st. peter's square. more on the inaugural of pope francis next. . rick: the next hour is all new on "happening now," working on a number of stories including the story of a former fbi contractor who worked at this research lab in langley, virginia, busted while trying to board a plane bound for china. we'll tell you why and what he had on him at the time. >>> also, ten years since shock and awe. the iraq war a decade later or, and what's next as we move closer to a handover in afghanistan. >>> plus, brand new details in the single biggest theft of all time. half a billion dollars in artwork stolen more than 20 years ago, the frames still empty. is this case closer to being solved? all of that and breaking news as the second hour of "happening now" starts right now. jenna: well, some new information this hour on what appears to be a tragic accident at a military training site in nevada that killed seven marines and injured several others. we're glad you're with us, everybody, i'm jenna lee. jon: and i'm jon scott, welcome to a brand new h
officially under way and pope francis captivated crowds during his first palm sunday mass. the pope urged joy to the 250,000 people on hand, many of them carrying ol oh itch brancheses known for his messages of humility, the pope will go to a youth jail in rome thursday to wash the feet of young inmates. >> that's a huge, huge story. the pope going to the juvenile jail on thursday in rome. >>> in the philadelphia inquirer, chris christie will announce later today plans to put the camden school district under state control and appoint a new superintendent and leadership team who will be tasked with turning around new jersey's lowest-performing school districts. >>> and to protect the u.s. from cyber attacks, intelligence agencies are looking to recruit younger agents. the department of homeland security estimates they will need up to 600 new recruits and looking at high school students to fill the void. >>> and in trying to do something from every paper in north america, we're going to the "newark star ledger" powerball officials in new jersey say there is one lucky winning ticket from saturda
♪ melissa: welcome, i'm melissa francis. lori: good amp, i'm lori rothman. stocks down 50 points after being down 100 points earlier in the session. now, the case for dow 16,000 in the next 6-12 months, wouldn't that be nice? how you should position your investments now. melissa: and strike a bailout deal or else, the european central bank threatening to cut awfully quiddity to cyprus by mundt if there is no deal. lori: what do you think lou dobbs will say? he'll join us on washington's stopgap effort to keep america's a government funded. stocks now, it's back down to the floor of the new york stock exchange and nicole petallides. stocks areeoff the lows of the today but still trending down. that's the sentiment day after the fed, isn't it? >> reporter: right, they are, indeed. we are seeing a stronger dollar, the vixx is to the upside, lori and melissa, and you're seeing a market that has had down arrows all day long. yesterday during the middle of the day we hit all-time record intraday highs on the dow jones industrials, today worries remain about europe, in particular mixed
.i.h. director dr. francis collins, sunday night at :00 on c-span's "q&a." off the floor of the u.s. senate report that democrats are dropping the assault weapons ban from their gun bill, making the approval of the bill -- ban unlikely. the c.q. congressional quarterly reports that senator dianne feinstein of california all but conceded today that the assault weapons banshee has spent months urging congress to renew will not become law. saying quote i very much regret it, i tried my best, but i guess my best wasn't good enough she told reporters before going to the weekly party lunches with senate democrats. on the senate side they'll being back this afternoon at 2:15. we expect the house to be back about the same time. until thin a conversation on female senators in the senate armed services committee and their impact on military polcy. -- policy. host: staff writer for "roll call" newspaper in washington. women changing the face of senate armed services panel. how so? guest: in the armed services committee, of the six subcommittees, three are chaired by women. in addition to the three sub
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